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Understand the video and audio file formats supported in PowerPoint

Understand the video and audio file formats supported in PowerPoint: PowerPoint Tips Weekly
Understand the video and audio file formats supported in PowerPoint: PowerPoint Tips Weekly

When it comes to working with video and audio files in Powerpoint, it’s important to be familiar with some of the large variety of format types that these files come in. Although PowerPoint can accept a large number of different files types, it often does matter which file type you use, depending on the what you intend to do with your presentation. This video covers some of the most common types of file formats that you’ll most likely want to stick with for your presentations.

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